We'll be using Facebook to spread the banjo gospel to the masses... more on that later. For now, I'm asking everyone to "Like" the BHO Facebook Page so we can increase our reach to a world clamoring for the banjo!
Monday, April 29, 2013 @11:42:46 PM
How can we NOT "like" the Hangout - - - either on Facebook, or otherwise?? Count me in. :)
Tuesday, April 30, 2013 @12:19:10 PM
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Ron C Says:
Thursday, May 2, 2013 @7:59:26 AM
Mountains of great information and, for me, remarkable good fortune in winning a drawing - how could I NOT like Banjo Hangout. Hey, I almost forgot all the people that share their knowledge and thoughts about banjo playing. Thank you!
Monday, May 6, 2013 @5:18:10 AM
I'm not in Facebook, nor ever plan to be, but this is a question that's been bugging me, and no one seems to have an answer. What's the big deal about being "liked" on Facebook, especially if you're a company or organization? Besides a warm fuzzy feeling deep down inside, is there any benefit? If I thought it would help in any way, I might even join.
Monday, May 6, 2013 @7:52:15 PM
geemot--when you "like" a company's page on Facebook, that company's updates can appear in your Facebook "feed." People "like" stuff they're interested in, so that stuff will show up in their news feed.
Facebook is actually a lot of fun... for me, at least. I enjoy hearing from certain BHO regulars about their "regular lives" via Facebook.
Tuesday, May 7, 2013 @10:55:25 AM
Fishing and the banjo! Can it ever get better!
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